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    Additional file 1: Table S1. of A powerful score-based statistical test for group difference in weighted biological networks

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    The location and SNP number for five susceptibility genes belonging to the network associated with leprosy. Table S2. The location and probe sets number for genes belonging to the subnetwork from PI3K-AKT signaling pathway and Notch signaling pathway. Table S3. Type I error rates of four methods (40 vertices and 54 edges in the network). Table S4. Type I error rates of four methods given the deviation from the normal distribution. Figure S1. A network including 40 vertices and 54 edges. Figure S2. The statistical power of the four methods under three scenarios. (a) only vertices change, (b) only edges change, (c) both vertices and edges change. (PDF 140 kb

    "There are many possibilities how to spend a spring night...": About City Cipher Games Phenomenon

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    The presented Diploma Thesis deals with the phenomenon of city cipher games. Research was performed by the researcher participation in four city cipher games in Prague, by semi- structured and informal interviews and by cipher games web sites analysis It considers cipher games postmodern enjoyment which is characteristic for emphasizing an experience. The thesis is focused on two task groups: game and city. It examines city cipher games attributes, asks how players take the game and tries to realize the motivation for their participation. It shows that players undergo physical and intellectual exhaustion, discomfort and little hazard. Very strong experience connected with own limits' overcoming is the reason why they join the game again. Other essential reason is the unusual connection between a type of summer camp game and the city world. City is a coulisse with atmosphere for the game. Players experience the city in an unusual way. They learn to know it differently. They are undergoing a type of psychogeographic method. So the game not only takes benefits from the city but also creates players' relationships to the city. Players learn to know the city. It is important to mention that city and game are paramount arenas for freedom exerting

    Additional file 4: Figure S3. of A powerful score-based test statistic for detecting gene-gene co-association

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    The power of the seven methods under different co-association levels with no main effect (β 1 = 0, β 2 = 0). Note: figure a for Type I co-association with different interaction effects; figure b for Type II co-association with different causal SNP pairs; figure c for Type III co-association given fixed correlation 0.3 and different interaction effects; figure d for Type III co-association given fixed interaction effect β 3 = log(1.3) and different causal SNP pairs. (PDF 7 kb

    Additional file 1: Table S1. of A powerful score-based test statistic for detecting gene-gene co-association

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    The type I error rates of the seven methods without correlation and interaction under (β 1 = 0, β 2 = 0, β 3 = 0). Table S2. The type I error rates of the SBS and LASSO without correlation and interaction under (β 1 = log(1.3), β 2 = log(1.5)). Table S3. The type I error rates of the SBS and LASSO without main effects and interaction (β 1 = 0, β 2 = 0, β 3 = 0). (DOCX 24 kb

    Additional file 5: Figure S4. of A powerful score-based test statistic for detecting gene-gene co-association

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    The power of the SBS and LASSO under different co-association levels with two main effect (β 1 = log(1.3), β 2 = log(1.5)). Note: figure a for Type I co-association with different interaction effects; figure b for Type II co-association with different causal SNP pairs; figure c for Type III co-association given fixed correlation 0.3 and different interaction effects; figure d for Type III co-association given fixed interaction effect β 3 = log(1.3) and different causal SNP pairs. (PDF 3 kb

    Additional file 1: Table S1. of Dyslipidemia in rural areas of North China: prevalence, characteristics, and predictive value

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    ATP III classification of total, LDL, HDL cholesterol and triglycerides (mmol/L). Table S2. Mean (95 % Confidence Interval) of serum total cholesterol, HDL cholesterol, LDL cholesterol, and triglyceride levels in the overall participants. Table S3. The proportions (95 % Confidence Interval) of four dyslipidemia phenotypes according to gender, age, BMI and fasting glucose. Table S4. Multivariable Analyses of the Risk for Development of Lipid-related Diseases in Subjects with Different Dyslipidemia Phenotypes. (PDF 88 kb
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